An Amtrak Regional Express arrives in Philadelphia, PA pulled by an HHP-8. Just ahead, is the entrance to 30th Street Station while above center by the rear of the train is Philadelphia's Art Mus... (more)
In November 1984, passengers are preparing to board a southbound Amtrak train on track 4 at Philadelphia's 30th Street Station. This train is a New York to Washington express.
Philadelphia's iconic 30th Street Station: Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad and opened in 1933, the station today sits in the company of the 29 story Cira Center built in 2005 and, of all... (more)
One of AMTRAK's newest engines, ACS-64 #620, awaits the call to duty in the yard just outside of 30th Street Station. Partially visible to the right in the photo are older AMTRAK power in the form... (more)
An Airport bound R1 train stops at 30th Street.
The WWII Memorial in 30th Street, erected by the PRR in memory of their fallen employees who served, is quite a powerful statue.
The Silver Star departs 30th Street
Michael the Archangel, part of a WWII memorial erected by the PRR honoring their employees who did not return from war, dwarfs passengers moving about 30th Street Station.
A man reads a book, unaware of the spectacle in front of him never to be repeated. The West Chester railroad special pulls into 30th Street Station to head home to West Chester. Recently SEPTA dow... (more)
Septa Silverliner V 840 passes a Silverliner II two days before the retirement of all still running Silverliner II's and III's.
Interiors of brand new SEPTA Silverliner V on display during the National Train Day celebration at Philadelphia 30th street station. This car still had the strong new car smell.
Inside Acela First Class coach at National Train Day celebrations.
NJ Transit ALP 46 cab at National Train Day celebrations.
Philadelphia 30th Street Station is just one of many historic passenger stations still in use in this great country that gives such a feeling of grandeur both inside and out.
A parade of SEPTA commuter trains dart to and from 30th Street Station en route to their destinations along the former PRR and Reading Company stations scattered throughout Philadelphia and it's s... (more)